Monday, February 20, 2012

Bonnie Gehling to Present Program on March 13th

During her presentation, she will teach attendees how to become the “boss” of their cameras, rather than having to rely on the camera to make decisions for them. She will show how the photographer’s choices of the three elements in the “Exposure Triangle” (aperture, shutter speed, and ISO) dramatically impact images. Understanding such settingsalong with depth of field, helps photographers create the images they envision, while feeling at ease as they make decisions that result in more creative photos.

Bonnie is very committed to teaching, having spent the last 37 years teaching at the elementary, high school, and university level before retiring in 2008. She spent the last 17 years teaching in Houston County and the last four years creating a photography curriculum and teaching photography classes in Byron and Perry. For information, visit her and/or contact her at

She’s very passionate about photography and thinks shooting for fun is very relaxing and can be a neat “get-a-way.” Although she has won awards with her photography, that is not her goal. “I just want to enjoy the photo shoots, to teach others to enjoy photography, and to share with my new friends what I know about cameras.”

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